The Party of the Right
The Party of the Right, founded in 1953, is the oldest Party on the Right in the Yale Political Union.
Since its Inception, the intellectual Life of the Party has been sustained by the Clash between Libertarianism and Traditionalism, though Members hold Views of all Kinds.
An Institution dedicated to Conservatism reborn in Brotherhood, the Party of the Right has been described by the Yale Herald as "at once flamboyant, intellectually elitist, aggressive, mischievously subversive, eccentric, and maniacally eager to challenge anyone and everyone."
Amidst a Campus awash with apathetic Consensus, the Party stands for rigorous Debate–we care not what you think, only that you think.
Those who wish to think with the Party should contact the Chief Whip, Mr. Sean-Michael Joseph Pigeon, at firstname.lastname@example.org.